Dutch painting

Rural holiday in the Crescent pub, David Teniers the Younger, 1641

  • Author: David Teniers the Younger
  • Museum: Dresden Gallery
  • Year: 1641
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Description of the picture:

Rural holiday in the pub "Crescent" - David Teniers the Younger. 1641. Oil on canvas. 9Зх1З2

David Teniers the Younger (1610-1690) surpassed his parent and is believed to be a teacher. The best paintings of the artist were created in the 1640s, when he became the court painter of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria. Teniers assembled an art collection for the ruler and became its keeper. In this status, Teniers showed himself very clearly: he not only compiled the catalog of the collection, but also made small copies of many paintings, including valuable paintings by masters of the Venetian Renaissance school. He is credited with more than 2000 own works, although, of course, he was not so prolific. In the Dresden Gallery is stored nine works by the artist.
A significant part of the heritage of Teniers are numerous works with scenes of the life of the common people. The presented picture is a typical example of the Kermes genre popular in the Dutch art - a village holiday with an indispensable little musical ensemble, cheerful dances of the villagers, funny everyday scenes.

David Teniers the Younger - other paintings
Meeting of saints Anthony the Great and Paul the Hermit
The temptation of sv. Anthony
Allegory of Faith
Portrait of Bishop Anthony Trist and his brother Eugene
Group portrait of rifle guild members
Painter in his workshop
Shepherd and cowgirl
Peasant House
Rustic holiday
Card players
Peasants playing dice
Seaside harbor
View of the vicinity of Brussels
Landscape with shepherds and herd
Landscape with a tower
Harvest (Summer)
Landscape with a rustic zucchini
Landscape with a grotto and a group of gypsies
Mountain landscape
Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in his gallery

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